New Lount Nature Reserve is a 48 acre site within the National Forest. It consists of mixed grassland, ponds, plantation woodland and scrubland.
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A small group of local people are documenting the history of the village of Newbold Coleorton.
Whilst references to Newbold have been made in other historical texts relating to this area, there is no specific formal account of the significance of this village. We are changing this.
The Newbold Heritage Group meets at 7:30 pm on the first Tuesday of most months at the Cross Keys pub, Worthington Lane, Newbold.
Everyone is welcome. Please join us to take part, look at the information we have or to contribute.
We have tried hard to ensure that we have all the necessary rights and grants to use the material included here. If we have used something, apparently without permission, we apologise. Please let us know by contacting us
Some of the information has been collected over the years, and the owners cannot be traced. If some of your data appears on this website and we've not given a credit (or associated it, wrongly, to someone else), please contact us and tell us about it.
We'll be happy to add an acknowledgement or remove the information altogether.
Visitors to our site
The New Lount Colliery Heritage Trail officially opened in May 2017. You can find more details of the trail here, but why not click on the video below to see how this important community project came to fruition with the help of volunteers and sponsors.